Seattle English students told it’s ‘white supremacy’ to love reading, writing

770 KTTH Radio | Feb. 14, 2024

Students in a Seattle English class were told that their love of reading and writing is a characteristic of “white supremacy,” in the latest Seattle Public Schools high school controversy. The lesson plan has one local father speaking out, calling it “educational malpractice.”

As part of the Black Lives Matter at School Week, World Literature and Composition students at Lincoln High School were given a handout with definitions of the “9 characteristics of white supremacy,” according to the father of a student. Given the subject matter of the class, the father found it odd this particular lesson was brought up.

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3 Comments on Seattle English students told it’s ‘white supremacy’ to love reading, writing

  1. The white population makes up roughly 6% of the global total. So, have we “redefined” what a minority is, as well ?

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